Google Chrome V60 brings Touch Bar support on Macbook Pro

Google Chrome V60 brings Touch Bar support on Macbook Pro


Google has added Touch Bar functionality to its internet browser Chrome on its latest update. Version 60 now brings a few crucial control options to Mac’s secondary OLED display.

Previously, the Touch Bar control options was only integrated to Apple’s own Safari Browser but latest version 60 brings Touch Bar controls to Chrome as well.

With Touch Bar controls on Chrome, users can go to back page and forward, refresh the current tab, open new window, address bar and add a page to favorite. It is same control that are seen in the main window of a chrome app.

Google has added Touch Bar functionality to its internet browser Chrome on its latest update. Version 60 now brings a few crucial control options to Mac’s secondary OLED display.

Along with the Touch Bar support, Google chrome version 60 comes with number of bug fixes and security updates.

You can update Google Chrome on your Macbook Pro by going to About section of the Chrome app. If it show some error, then you can re-install it by going to Chrome’s official website.

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